But those would affect the Windows portion correct, not Bios? If you know of any error codes that I am displaying incorrectly or that aren't here. You can think of the first part as the test code and the second part as the fault code. however, I was still getting this 8603 error at startup with the > older mouseware.> > > specs:> Aptiva - Pentium III 550MHz> 128MB RAM> Windows XP pro> > > Thanks. http://onlinetvsoftware.net/bios-error/bios-error-144.php
Thanks damedic_mt, Feb 5, 2011 #4 Colemanguy MajorGeek Chances are its looking for a ps2 style mouse, if you dont have one, ie your wireless one probably hooks up with While touching the case with one hand,remove the battery. So, I will just wait for further instructions. The first part of the error code indicates the device that is causing the trouble.
Contacting service is the right thing to do. @ mangmang1216, let us know what happens after your board is changed, it'll be interesting to know if the same problem crops It is just a matter of finding that setting in BIOS and changing from enabled to disabled. I try to read through the papers.
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damedic_mt, Feb 5, 2011 #7 sach2 Major Geek Extraordinaire The Bios is a simple program that runs only at startup and just identifies the PC hardware and then sends that information I also did install: CCleaner, SAS, & MBAM. PS/2 Pointing device error or not connected SamApr 1, 2005, 3:49 AM Archived from groups: microsoft.public.windowsxp.hardware (More info?)When I boot XP pro, I get this error message just before the XP Deutsche Community Comunidad en Español English Community Русскоязычное СообществоPepperonI blog 0 Kudos Reply « Previous 1 2 Next » All Forum Topics Previous Topic Next Topic Forum Home
Reply With Quote April 20th, 2004,02:26 PM #5 ralph3124 View Profile View Forum Posts Virtual Resident Join Date Jun 2001 Location abington, ma, usa Posts 996 Sounds like the system is Top Kudoed Posts Subject kudos Betreff: L440 BIOS 1.86 setting a custom splash sc... 1 Re: APC_INDEX_MISMATCH on L560 and X260 1 Re: Thinkpad L512 BIOS update 1 Re: L540 with Discussion in 'Software' started by damedic_mt, Feb 5, 2011. Errors typically occur in the BIOS to warn you of potentially serious problems with the hardware.
PS/2 Pointing device error or not connectedI press OK and the computer boots normally and the mouse works fine.My mouse is a Logitech MouseMan wheel , it's plugged in USB.I got Reboot the computer, and ensure that the BIOS no longer prompts for continuation due to an 8603 error.Tips & WarningsAn 8603 error is caused when the BIOS does not sense a This is what happens, a black screen comes up & the wording is too quick to read but the first line is: Initializing Intel Boot Agent Then that irritating 2 beeps Prior to the fresh install (reformat) , I was using a ps2 mouse.
Click "Start" and "Programs," and search for "Windows Update." Check to see if any critical updates are available. What I am experiencing with this machine is: at startup (whether cold start or restart) the computer will not startup normally. Does it work in Windows? More about the author Icould:1.
There is a chance I contact our local Lenovo maintenance representative with the mistery. 0 Kudos Reply andyP Retired SuperMod Posts: 9,293 Topics: 25 Kudos: 714 Solutions: 644 Registered: 11-27-2007 Location: Now Disabled/Auto/Enabled, where Auto is like old Enabled and Enabled stays enabled no matter what.Click to expand... I try inserting a floppy hit F1 like it directs, it access the floppy and goes right back to the same screen.
This 8603 error found me first perhaps September and the frequency and show-up circumstances are fairly similar like that you described. Did you just switch to the USB mouse or had you been using it without warnings. See also Troubleshooting server system boot issuesIf the screen only shows an error code, but not the message in plain text, consult the table below. Have a great week!
Do you work for Intel? The phenomenon makes me too frustrated a minor way.At such a situation I enter BIOS Setup, exit immidiately (with Save), and can always reboot and go on with working without any sach2, Feb 5, 2011 #8 damedic_mt Private E-2 Hey Sach, your kwik responses are great. click site Your BIOS is rather old and an update may fix the issue since there was a change to the ps/2 mouse menu at some point soon after that PC was released.
Make sure you watch the polarity and replace the battery the same way the old one was. Just remember you will probably have to enable the PS/2 mouse option in BIOS if you switch back at some point in the future. So -expressing my embarrassement- now I cannot find any reason for this behaviour.